Been watching an inordinate amount of Full House lately and the bulk of Uncle Jesse's wardrobe would integrate seamlessly into present-day WAYWT. Sharp blazers and suits that would remind you of old Margiela, cool boots, bold shirting (prints and color-blocking), slim black jeans, and well-fitting leather jackets.
Also, my copping power has suddenly been hamstrung by waiting out a couple of returns to get processed and having almost $400 in unpaid eBay items because a couple of blokes are dragging their feet to pay up, to say nothing of last-minute gift shopping for people who are not me.
Nostalgia. I grew up watching it, and while I can easily see that it's mostly sappy crap, it's not a bad show when it's not focused on the children. Plus, I get a perverse kick out of watching Bob Saget troll America with his painfully dorky dad persona given what a vulgar son of a bitch he really is.
Im looking for a picture of the shirt I was talking about but can't seem to find it.
Now that I'm looking though I could actually see somebody wearing some of these crazy prints in S/S '13. The one I'm talking about was terrible though- Black with the bottom quarter neon green fake leather and like a bright orange shoulder patch :shudder:
A Dane talking up a German rather than repping someone like Jacob Jensen? Never thought I'd see that!
Rams designs are much more iconic than Jensen's, I could have said Starck, Newson, Dixon and a bunch of architects as they also do industrial design like eames, AJ.
Originally Posted by snowmanxl
lol, interior design is different from decorating
..but yeah, dieter rams
I know, but it seems like most decorators don't and an industrial designer can do interior design, the stuff you see the other way round isn't really worth falling of your chair for.
Originally Posted by smashwindow
Do you want to pick chairs and lamps or do want to design chairs and lamps and anything else you want? Its pretty much a non question, for me anyways. We learn everything Interiors does and a whole lot more. Industrial is so awesome once you start being able to rapid prototype and play with 3D CAD, 3D Printers, Laser Cutters and shop tools
Precisely I sometimes wish I had stuck with in school and had become an architect.